To date, we have endorsed Ranked Choice Voting and also voiced our support for Tunisia against an IMF loan from America.
Our bank balance is healthy, all of our subscriptions are paid ie; Our Zoom platform and our Website, but only after taking the shape of several different pretzels. We voted to let go of the Adobe subscription, in favor of OpenOffice.org, which is free and open source.
In National news, 5 of our 8 Steering Committee co-chairs have resigned, as well as our GPUS Secretary and GPUS Treasurer. There was also the matter of a high-priced laptop, which wasn’t part of the GPUS budget, that has since been returned to the manufacturer.
We managed to finally get an EIN number for tax purposes, for the online store sales.
On that note, please join us for the April Edition of the Nevada Green Party meeting, via Zoom link, which you will find in your inbox and/or on the Facebook group page. Remember to encourage your friends and neighbors to support Ranked Choice Voting and check out the new items in our online store here—> Be Seen Going Green.
We at the Nevada Green Party stand in solidarity in support of Tunisia. Especially to criticize the U.S. Secretary of Defense, for commenting on Tunisian internal affairs and interfering in domestic affairs . Tunisia was one of the first to establish economic relations with the U.S.A., because the U.S.A. recognizes Tunisian independence, considering the Tunisians are already undergoing economic hardships and face the cruelty of increasing hardships against them and to advocate for debt forgiveness for Tunisia.
Please submit just 1 paragraph, in support of Ranked Choice Voting, your paragraph will be published publicly, using initials only.
Here’s the deal; the ads against RCV, have already started to inundate various social media platforms, all over Nevada. What we need to do is fight back against them. We have to vote for it, one more time, in the upcoming voting cycle, in order to make sure it passes. Please help us to help Nevada break free from the Duopoly.
Israel’s horrific murder of 9+ Palestinians in Jenin, unprecedented for two decades in the West Bank, demands action
After Israeli forces massacred at least 9 Palestinian people in Jenin refugee camp on Thursday, Jan. 26, leaving dozens of injuries and destruction in their wake, Palestinian journalist Mariam Barghouti called the Palestinian reality under Israeli military occupation a “slaughterhouse.”
We demand Members of Congress take immediate policy action towards accountability: Stop arming Israel’s massacres against the Palestinian people by ending U.S. military funding to Israel. Real justice will not begin until we do.
US Campaign for Palestinian Rights [organizations listed alphabetically below]